Born in 1928, in Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu, Subbu Arumugam is the South Indian musician and lyricist. He finished his studies from St. Xavier School of Palayamkottai and Tirunelveli Mantra Murthy High school. After that, he put in three years learning "Madurai Tamil Sangam" in Tamil dialect. The writer received testaments, degrees, grants, and awards from school age. He gained from a CD containing points of interest of these subtle elements. He completed a lot of work on Tamil radio and TV and is by a wide range the most unmistakable defender of Villupattu. His work becomes out of the "society" execution type, Villupattu. The artist composed the book "Kumaran Paattu" at sixteen years old. He trained in the Villupattu theater art under A. Navaneetha-Krishna Pillai, A. Subbaiah Pillai, and Kalaivanar N.S. Krishnan.
Shri Arumugam performed Villupattu professionally for around thirty years from the late 1930s up to the 1950s in different areas in Tamil Nadu such as schools, sanctuaries, and universities, corporate workplaces, factories and also over the telecom media. Outside the State, he executed Villupattu before exile Tamil crowds in Singapore and Sri Lanka since the mid-1990s. Shri Arumugam made every one of his contents and arranged exhibitions on different topics with his troupe with consummate expertise, sprinkled with melodies diversions. He distributed fifteen books containing Villupattu accounts and tunes, and additionally short stories and work, for example, Veera Pandia Kattabomman. Villisai Mahabharatham, Noolaga Villisai, and Ramayanam are a portion of his distributed Villupattu accounts.
He has numerous Villupattu sound tapes shockingly, gave to subjects and additionally open issues. Correspondingly, his recordings of Villupattu center around devotional themes and also matters of public concern, for example, wellbeing and the law. Kannile Nalla Gunam, a video on diabetic retinopathy, created by Chennai, Sankara Nethralaya and Sattam Sathyam Samudhyam, a video on legitimate issues, by Tamil Nadu's Government. Shri Arumugam regarded by the Tamil Nadu Eyal Isai Nataka Manram with the Kalaimamani title in 1975. Shri Subbu Arumugam earned the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award for his contribution to the act of Villupattu. He succeeds in conducted thousands of programs in awareness topics such as patriotism, national programs, national devotion and social programs such as voter rights and managing self-defense. He assimilated from the domains of Tamil stage and film discourse, and political speech. Subbu Arumugam's craft is such an amazing crossover even inside his very own way of life it strikes as fairly incredible to order it as per a framework.